CBC Calgary hosts two radio specials for this year's municipal election
Tune in for the election night live results on Oct. 18
Calgary's municipal election is set for Oct. 18 and CBC Calgary is hosting two one-hour radio specials as Calgarians prepare to vote.
Live results | October 18 | 8 to 9:30 p.m.
On Oct. 18, Calgarians will decide on our next city council, school board trustees and mayor. Which candidates will capture the voice of the people, and what will that mean for the future of Calgary? Tune in our CBC Calgary radio special starting at 8 p.m. via the CBC Listen page (you'll have to select "Calgary" in the dropdown on the web page) or on CBC Radio One at 99.1 FM at 8 p.m. as Alberta at Noon's host Judy Aldous and outgoing Ward 8 city Coun. Evan Woolley bring you live election results and analysis.
You can also get the latest Calgary election results live on the web here:
And later in the evening, for more results and analysis around the municipal election, you can join Rob Brown and special guests live at 11 p.m. on CBC Television.
Mayoral debate | October 14 | 7 to 8 p.m.
A new poll conducted exclusively for CBC Calgary showed Jyoti Gondek, Jeromy Farkas and Jeff Davison are the top three mayoral candidates in this year's election. On October 14, tune in to CBC Listen or CBC Radio One at 99.1 FM from 7 to 8 p.m. as Calgary Eyeopener host David Gray brings these three candidates together.
Hear from Calgarians about the issues that matter most to them when choosing a mayor and hear from outgoing mayor Naheed Nenshi as well as previous mayor Al Duerr about leadership and what it takes to lead a city